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Births. ARNOLD.—March 23, at her residence, Careening Cove, the
wife of W. M. Montagu Arnold, of a daughter.
BRAZIER.—March 18, at her residence, Curacao House,
52 Windmill-street, Miller's Point, the wife of John Brazier, F.L.S., of a son.
BUSBY.—March 17, at Terragong, Merriwa, the wife of
Charles W. Busby, of a daughter.
KELLY.—March 17, at her residence, Hardy-street, Ashfield, the wife of Michael Kelly, of a son.
McARTHUR.—At her residence, 84 Trafalgar-street, Annan-
dale, the wife of P. McArthur, builder, of a son. Both well.
PERRY.—March 16, at her residence, Kensington House,
Cambridge-street, Stanmore, the wife of T. Boulton Perry, of a son.
RAMACIOTTI.—March 19, at Arden, Victoria-square,
Summer Hill, Mrs. G. Ramaciotti, of a daughter.
SALWEY.—March 19, at Gowan Brae, Ashfield, the wife of Alfred Salwey, of a son.
SIMPSON.—At St. Mervyn's, Double Bay, the wife of E. P.
Simpson, of a daughter.
WINDRIDGE.—March 19, at Wyandotte, Princes-street,
Ashfield, the wife of J. W. Windridge, of a daughter.
AMBROSE—HISLOP.—March 24, at Balmain, Cecil Herbert,
son of Major-General Ambrose, of India, to Catherine,
daughter of Dr. Hislop, late of Glasgow.
EASTWAY—WHITE.—March 18, at St. Matthias' Church,
Paddington, by the Rev. Zachary Barry, Richard, son of Richard Eastway, of George-street, to Ada Kate, second daughter of the late Edward White, of Sydney.
EDE—WILSON —March 18, at St. Paul's Church, Redfern,
by the Rev. J. Alldis, of Molong (brother-in-law of the
bride), Robert Oswald Ede, of Brisbane, to Florence, third
daughter of John Wilson, Garstang, Toxteth-road, Glebe Point.
KIRWAN—DUNSTON.—March 11, at St. James' Church,
Sydney, by the Rev. H. Plume, George C. Kirwan, of
Cooranbong, to Priscilla, youngest daughter of Mr. John
Deaths. BAGOT.—March 24, at his late residence, Phyllis, 26
Telopea-street, Redfern, W. W Bagot, aged 38.
DILLON.—March 23, at her residence, Penrith, Emily
Louisa, wife of John Maddox Dillon, and third daughter
of the late William Watson, M.L.A.
FIELD.—March 24, at the residence of her parents, 44
Trafalgar-street, Annandale, Doris Irene Bell, infant daughter of Henry and Rebecca Jane Field, aged one year
and six months HAUGHEY.—March 16 1891, at his residence, Murrum- burrah, after a long and painful illness, John Hugh
Haughey, eldest son of the late Mr. Thomas Haughey, aged 30 years and 7 months, leaving a wife and child to
mourn their loss. R.I.P.
HYMAN.—March 23, at Arlington House, Tamworth, Jack,
the fourth son of Sara and Lewis H. Hyman, aged 2 years
and 9 months.
JOHNSON.—At his residence, Gillingham Cottage, North-
road, Ryde, William George Johnson, 46 years.
McINTYRE.—March 24th, at 46½ Holt-street, Surry Hills, Levinia Jane, the beloved mother-in-law of Samuel M. Murray, aged 48 years. Home papers please copy.
McINTYRE.—March 24, at 46½ Holt-street, Surry Hills, the
beloved wife of Wm. McIntyre, of heart disease, aged 48 years.
OXLEY.—March 24th, at his residence, Moolabin, Auburn,
John Norton Oxley, aged 67.
HORAN.—In loving memory of my dear mother, Julia
Horan, who departed this life March 25, 1890. May her soul rest in peace. Inserted by her loving daughter,
WELDON.—In fond and loving remembrance of my dear
father, Laurence Weldon, who departed this life on the 24th of March, 1890, at his residence, Rose-street, Dar-
lington. Inserted by his loving daughter, Florrie.